Apple March Event: Everything You Need To Know

14th March 2019

Apple announced that the company will have a press event on March 25 in Cupertino, California. The event will likely feature announcements about Apple’s improved services, but many fans are looking forward to their new devices too. Here’s what we know about this event. According to CNBC, the Apple March 25 event will be held at the Steve Jobs Theater in Cupertino. The company announced that this event will showcase…

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Facebook, Instagram, and WhatsApp are still down for some users around the world

14th March 2019

Facebook and Instagram appear to be partially down for some users around the world today. While you can open both platforms and some services appear to have been restored, users are reporting issues with sending messages on Messenger, posting to the feed on all Facebook products, and accessing other features on Facebook.com, Instagram, and WhatsApp. Even Facebook-owned Oculus VR is experiencing issues related to the outage. Earlier in the day,…

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Here’s the only thing you can do to help make sure Netflix doesn’t cancel your favorite shows

14th March 2019

Whenever a new Netflix TV series or original movie catches your attention, try to sit down to watch it within the first month of it being on the streaming video service. Yes, many of us no doubt have a pile of content to watch that keeps getting larger behind the “My List” tab, but for those of you who save these things and tell yourself you’ll get around to them…

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Instacart’s alcohol delivery is now available in 14 states

13th March 2019

Instacart has expanded its alcohol delivery to now be available in 14 states and Washington, DC from nearly 100 different retailers. With the roll-out, Instacart alcohol delivery is currently available to 40 million homes in the U.S., and the number of alcohol deliveries on the platform has more than doubled since the same time last year. Partners who participate in alcohol delivery on Instacart include Albertsons, Kroger, Publix, Schnucks and…

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Spotify Premium now includes Hulu for no extra cost

13th March 2019

Spotify Premium now includes a free subscription to Hulu’s ad-supported plan. This perk goes into effect today, and it is available to new and existing users of Spotify’s Premium streaming service in the US. Following Netflix’s recent price hike, Hulu lowered the cost of its ad-supported plan down to $5.99 a month, and now, Spotify users will get savings on top of savings. To take advantage of this deal, new…

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763M Email Addresses Exposed in Latest Database Misconfiguration Episode

12th March 2019

In February, a security researcher named Bob Diachenko found a MongoDB data instance containing four collections of data and a total of 150GB of data including approximately 763 million unique email addresses. The data instance was openly available and the data inside was stored in plain text. The personally identifiable information (PII)-rich instance is the latest MongoDB database to be hit in a breach totaling millions of records. In the…

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Apple will finally unveil its streaming video service on March 25th

12th March 2019

It turns out rumors of an Apple spring event were true: the company’s next event will happen on March 25th at the Steve Jobs theater on Apple’s Cupertino campus. And judging by the event invite, we’ll finally hear about Apple’s long-rumored video service. The rumblings had pointed to a Spring event that would see the launch of Apple’s news and video services, but the invite doesn’t quite make it clear…

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Top New Game Releases On Switch, PS4, Xbox One, And PC This Week — March 10-16 2019

11th March 2019

New Releases continues to march through March, and this week’s episode has a healthy portion of Japanese games, including new versions of some previous releases like Dissidia Final Fantasy NT Free Edition and The Caligula Effect: Overdose. Shonen Jump fans can also explore a new island with One Piece World Seeker. Meanwhile in the US, The Division 2takes its shooter-looter action to Washington, DC. You can also shoot your way through RICO this week. Dissidia Final Fantasy NT Free…

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2 Billion Unencrypted Records Leaked In Marketing Data Breach — What Happened And What To Do Next

11th March 2019

I woke up this morning to discover, yet again, that I was one of a stupidly large number of people whose personal data had been leaked in the latest mega breach. Troy Hunt’s ‘have i been pwned?’ service informed me that 763,117,241 people have had their records leaked by Verifications IO: including verified emails, phone numbers, addresses, dates of birth, Facebook, LinkedIn and Instagram account details, credit scoring and even…

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Google warns everyone to update their Chrome browser right now

9th March 2019

It’s always smart to keep all of your software up to date, but it’s not too often that a developer goes out of its way to stress to all of its users that they should drop everything and apply the latest update as soon as possible. But that is exactly what Google has done this week, as Clement Lecigne of the company’s Threat Analysis Group reveals in a blog post…

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Game of Thrones season 8: When it starts, schedule and how to stream HBO without cable

9th March 2019

Winter is coming this spring. The eighth and final season of Game of Thrones starts April 14. In order to watch the comings and goings in Westeros as Jon Snow, Daenerys Targaryen and the Starks line up against the Lannisters and the Army of the Dead and their recently acquired dragon above the Wall — the final Battle of Winterfell is rumored to be insanely lengthy and excruciatingly bloody —…

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Facebook Messenger Bug Exposed Who You Were Chatting With

8th March 2019

As Mark Zuckerberg’s privacy parade carries on, a researcher has revealed his findings of a since-patched Facebook vulnerability in Messenger that could potentially expose information about who users had been communicating with. Cybersecurity software company Imperva—which previously identified another bug that allowed websites to see Facebook users’ “likes,” location history, and interests—shared its report on the vulnerability in a blog post by researcher Ron Masas on Thursday. Using a users’…

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